Sermon: The Reason for Lament (Lamentations 4-5).
As we come to a close on this sermon series, Pastor Robb explains why we still need to lament today.
Sermon: The Lord, Our Redeemer (Lamentations 3:39-66).
Redemption is not something we can work toward or earn. It is only of God's sovereign will and plan. Today we learn what it means to live a redemptive life in Christ.
Sermon: Finding Hope When Calamity Comes (Lamentations 3:24-38).
As we read chapter Lamentations 3:24-38, I wonder what was on the mind and heart of Jeremiah as he witnessed the destruction of Jerusalem. He must have been burdened and totally distraught as he witnessed this great city of David being burned in ruins. The carnage he must have seen, the dismay and terror in the eyes of the people; it is beyond imagination. Then I wonder in times of turmoil, where is our hope? Where do we find peace when our hearts are burdened? As we continue to listen to the sermon series on Lamentations from Pastor Robb, may we learn how to find our hope and peace in the lovingkindness of the LORD. It is there we will find everlasting mercy, grace, and peace.
Sermon: Great is Thy Faithfulness (Lamentations 3:1-23).
No four words ever had so much power as these: Great is thy faithfulness. These words are not just the beginning of a song, but a reminder of the goodness and mercy of the one true living God. It is His unchanging character to be faithful to those He loves. It is this unchanging character that we can put our trust in when life's trials and afflictions tempt to disturb our peace. As we listen to this morning's sermon by Pastor Robb, let's enjoy hearing about Our faithful Father in heaven, and truly appreciate the words: Great is thy faithfulness.